Firefox lets you import bookmarks from other browsers installed on your computer. It also lets you import other data, such as browsing history and saved passwords, from some of these browsers. If you have logins and passwords stored in another browser, sometimes Firefox will suggest importing that login data into Firefox, to help you log in to a website.
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How to import your data from another browser
Use one of these methods to import your data into Firefox:
Import from Firefox Settings
Starting in Firefox version 113, you can import your bookmarks and other data from the Firefox Settings panel:
- In the Menu bar at the top of the screen, click and select .Click the menu button and select .
- In the
The Import Wizard will open. From here, you can choose the browser, profile, and data you wish to import (see below).
Import from the Library window
You can import data from another browser into Firefox from the Bookmarks Library window:
- Click the Firefox menu button to open the menu panel. Click and then click the bar at the bottom. The Library window will open.
- From the toolbar in the Library window, click and choose . The Import Wizard will open.
- Tip: Another way to import from another browser is to enable the Menu bar (press Alt on the keyboard to enable it temporarily), click in Menu bar at the top of the screen and select
Choose data and complete the import
- In the Import Wizard, select the browser, profile and data you wish to import.
- The import will start. You may be prompted to add your system password to proceed.
- All set! Click
- The import process will transfer the following data to Firefox:
to wrap up the import.
- Bookmarks: Web pages you have saved in your bookmarks.
- Saved passwords: Your usernames and passwords.
- Browsing history: Information on the sites you have visited.
- Extensions: Google Chrome extensions that match similar Firefox versions.
- Form autofill data: Information you use to populate online forms.
- Payment methods: Payment methods saved in Google Chrome.
Afterward, the Firefox Bookmarks Toolbar will include a new folder containing the bookmarks imported from the other browser (for example, a folder named From Microsoft Edge or From Google Chrome). The Bookmarks toolbar will automatically appear to help you easily find your newly imported bookmarks.menu or
Import extensions from Chrome
- To import passwords from a CSV file, see Import login data from a file.